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Also learn about other fellowship opportunities including the Women’s Law and Public Policy Fellowship Program.

3) CAREER EMAIL LISTS. Make sure you receive all future updates about government or public interest careers. These lists are the only way you can receive opportunities and updates by email.

Government Careers Email List To subscribe to this list, send an email to listserv@listserv.american.edu with the following in the body of the message:

Subscribe AUWCL_Government_Careers FirstName LastName

Public Interest Careers Email List To subscribe to this list, send an email to listserv@listserv.american.edu with the following in the body of the message:

Subscribe AUWCL_Public_Interest FirstName LastName ********************************************************** JUDICIAL CLERKSHIPS

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DO YOU WANT TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT JUDICIAL CLERKSHIPS? Get the inside scoop from five current/former judicial clerks on Tuesday, March 30 from 5-6 (Room 100). These panelists have worked for a variety of judges/courts. Pizza will be provided.

Attention 2Ls: Planning to apply for a judicial clerkship for the 2004 term? Be sure to attend one of OCS’s judicial clerkship workshops this spring to get important application information. Workshops will be held on Tuesday, April 6 from 5-6 (Room 401) and Thursday, April 8 from 12-1 (Room 601). Pizza will be provided. RSVP to Shelley Rudge at serudge@wcl.american.edu if you plan to attend (and specify which workshop).

Applying for a summer judicial externship or internship? Check out the judicial clerkship website for a list of DC area judges that typically hire summer interns and make an appointment with Shelley Rudge to discuss the application process for local judges and judges in other areas.

To subscribe to the Judicial Clerkships Email List – Send an e-mail to listserv@listserv.american.edu with “subscribe AUWCL_clerkships FirstName LastName” in the body of the e-mail.

Below is a selection of state and federal court opportunities for the 2004 term from the Judicial Clerkship section of the OCS website. Check the website for much more information (see the judge and court-specific hiring information categories).

Although there could be other D.C. Superior Court judges still accepting applications for 2004 positions, the following judges have not hired as of March 2004:

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